Removing a wall between the former kitchen and dining room has created an open, spacious and brighter living space. We can't wait to see the completed look!!!
We are excited watching the progress of this kitchen renovation! A wall dividing the kitchen and dining room has been removed to create a much larger, open kitchen space. A full-height wall of cabinets will provide loads of storage and a desk-type space. The former eating area in the kitchen is transforming into a casual sitting area, facing the patio door with a view into the fabulous garde
The entrance to this bathroom was formally from the main lobby/entrance area of the home. In redesigning the bathroom, the existing door was blocked off and a new door was positioned around the corner in a corridor, giving more direct access from the bedrooms and more privacy away from the main-entrance area. The tub was removed and replaced with a fully tiled wall shower. The toilet was
We are excited to be involved in the 13th Annual Pickering College Holiday Home Tour, which will be happening Friday, November 17, 2017 and Saturday November 18, 2017. This has become a signature event in York Region and will showcase five beautiful homes in Aurora, Newmarket and Sharon. The homes will be decorated in holiday splendour,
Demolition of existing kitchen ✅
Completion of structural framework, electrical upgrades, plumbing alterations ✅
Installation of new porcelain flooring ✅
Installation of new kitchen cabinetry ✅
Installation of new quartz countertop ✅
Installation of new backsplash ✅
Cooking produces grease, moisture, heat and smoke that can damage cabinets and walls over time. The use of ventilation is imperative in protecting your cabinets and removing these cooking by-products from the air in your kitchen. Ventilation can be in the form of an updraft range hood or downdraft vent.
In the video below you can see us during out prep phase for a kitchen renovation in Sharon. There is a ton of planning involved when putting a kitchen together; organizing contractors, parts, ordering and working with schedules can all be very tricky to put together.
As you can see it's a bit of a puzzle to put together! Click on the video to start playback.
There were no actual structural alterations in this kitchen design by Kestle Interiors. The new fridge was positioned on an existing wall where a portable dishwasher had been, with the addition of a pantry unit and over-the fridge cabinets, utilizing this space much more efficiently than before. Full-height wall cabinets provide added storage.
After seemingly endless months of hard work but, in reality, relatively little time, our showroom renovation has been completed! We say "thank you" to all our customers for bearing with us during this time of transformation. It has often been a bit of an obstacle course to reach our designers!
While the majority of American kitchens have only one sink, the trend toward two is growing quickly in new construction and major remodels. Why would you possibly need two kitchen sinks — that is, if you are in the fortunate position to be able to afford this luxury? In a nutshell, for better kitchen workflow.
This kitchen had served the household well for 27 years -- but has recently undergone a brilliant metamorphosis!! By completely changing the layout of the room, adding a large amount of storage cabinetry, a prep area and undercabinet lighting, this kitchen is much more ergonomic and brighter than it was.
It is no secret that we are in the era of multimedia where computer, entertainment, security and comfort-control systems can be integrated, providing us with total control of our home and business at any time. This is something to consider when planning your kitchen, bathroom, or interior home renovation.
We have lots of changes happening inside our doors -- Come in to Kestle Interiors and check us out!! We are gearing up for the arrival of our new window display in just two weeks now! Our latest showroom-display installations are progressing well, walls are going up, lighting has been updated, new colour options ar
Bridget is in Sherbrooke, QC today attending a workshop hosted by Cuisine Ideale. This is providing an opportunity to be updated on product and software, as well as being introduced to the people behind Cuisine Ideale, the company who produces our cabinetry.
This is a neat little tool that can be used to draw the two portions of a countertop together and create leveling at the same time. Using suction and pressure, the installer can ensure the seam of each counter block is practically gone. Take a look at the video below to see how it works!
We are so excited to welcome Bridget McKerracher to our design team! Bridget is a Certified Interior Decorator who obtained her Diploma in Kitchen and Bath Design from Georgian College. Bridget comes to us proficient in 20-20 software, which allows her to create a 3D image for you to visualize your new kitchen/b
Our newest kitchen display that is currently in the works features solid maple, raised-panel doors, with simulated natural-maple melamine interiors. The drawers are dovetail constructed, with full extension and soft-close hinge action. The kitchen features a stainless-steel apron sink, with modern, square sinks, 10" deep.
We can now offer a high-gloss finished door/panel of lacquered melamine MDF. The door/panel is constructed of Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF), with certification CARBP2 for formaldehyde release, with a melamine covering on both sides, lacquered on the front side and edgeband.
This stunning kitchen is one of our most recently completed designs. The structural renovation was carried out with outstanding results by the homeowners. The kitchen was designed by Jon, cabinetry supplied by Cuisine Ideale and installation completed via our awesome contracting team.
Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, if you dig deeper, it's really how it works." - Steve Jobs
GTA and surrounding areas providing start to finish custom home renovations provided by Jon Kestle at Reece's Fine Interiors
Scroll through the slideshow to view all the big new looks for kitchens this year.